Congratulations to the
frst 21 recipients of the
new SHRM California
Employment Law Micro-
their expertise in navigating
the complex legal landscape
in California business
today—and you can, too.
You can earn the micro-
1. Enrolling in SHRM’s
“California HR: Apply
California Law to
2. Completing four SHRM
e-Learning Library courses
on California-specifc topics:
wage and hour laws; leaves
of absence; benefts; and
privacy, security, health and
3. Passing a 51-question
online California knowledge
All three components are
included when you purchase
the educational package.
You don’t have to be SHRM-
certifed to earn the micro-
credential. However, you’ll
receive 25 professional
development credits toward
your SHRM-CP or SHRM-
SCP recertifcation after
completing the micro-
To learn more, visit
EXPAND YOUR WORLD
Join your HR colleagues at the SHRM 2018 Annual Conference & Exposition, which will be held June 17-20 in Chicago. Prepare to expand your horizons. Change your perspective. Gain new ideas
and solutions to help solve your organization’s challenges.
Be energized by keynote speakers, including:
OSCAR MUNOZ, chief executive ofcer at United Airlines. He
previously served as president and chief operating ofcer of CSX
Corp., a premier freight transportation company, and held various
roles at other major consumer brands, including AT&T, Coca-Cola
Enterprises and PepsiCo. Munoz has been named one of the “100
Most Infuential Hispanics” by Hispanic Business magazine.
ADAM GRANT, a management professor at The Wharton School
of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and author of three
New York Times best-selling books, including Originals (Viking,
2016), which explores how to fght groupthink.
Take a deep dive with our Masters Series presenters, including:
HEIDI GRANT, an associate director at the Motivation Science
Center at Columbia Business School and co-author of Focus:
Use Diferent Ways of Seeing the World for Success and Infuence
(Plume, 2013). She will speak about strategies for motivating
others to help you.
CHRISTINE PORATH, an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and author of Mastering
Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace (Grand Central Publishing, 2017). Porath will address the growing problem of incivility
in the workplace and what you can do about it.
Gain practical tips from almost 200 educational sessions, ranging from “How
HR Leaders Can Cut the Cost of Drama, End Entitlement and Drive Big Results” to
“Reinventing Human Resources: A Road Map to Meet the Challenges of the Future
and Achieve Success.”
Register by April 27 to take advantage of early-bird conference rates. For more
information, visit www.annual.shrm.org.